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today and have not heard back. >> thank you. chevron says today it will take another several months before the refinery is fully functional. the refinery was damaged by a that sk in a pipe. chevron says after the fire the refinery would be plating at reduced capacity throughout the end of the year. >> working on an anonymous tip, police have released surveillance video and today, they arrested a 20-year-old bicyclist they say beat a muni station agent. we showed you the tape, here it is. police say he jumped the gate with his bicycle and when the agent confronted him police say riley kicked the agent in the chest and knocked him down. riley faces three felony charges for battery and mayhem. >> next week we're expecting the jigs zigs about a former elementary school principal accused of hail failing to report suspected child sex abuse. >> right. jurors spent five hours deliberating today. took two votes and told the judge they cannot reach a verdict and that their split was 8-4. they didn't indicate which way they're leaning. most jurors told the judge additional information would no
at the chevron refinery blank yetting much of the east bay. abc 7 news has the story. >> dan is the mayor of hercules, one of the cities not far from this. a huge fire that the refinery in august. the bay area district since indicated it plans to fine chevron an amount that could reach into hundreds of thousands of dollars. >> the system goes into the general fund. the perception is that those fines are going back to the community. under state law, any penalty goes into the general fund. however, the board provided direction to have the money be spent in the community. >> but there are no guarantees. in 2009, air district collected 515,000 for failing to monitor air quality programs. but in 2008 when air board and county collected $2.2 million from shell, for a carbon monoxide problem, only 10% went to an air quality project at one school. the district hasn't totalled fines yet but the mayor thinks at least half should go to the local community. it may not be 50% but the board says they're working on it. >> we dd resend it. i'sure the board will reconsider putting that in money. >> the bo
a new angle on the richmond fire, turns out if chevron has to pay a fine, cities that were hit hardest will not get the money z a story only on abc 7 news tonight. recovery of a young woman who took a tragic fall in yosemite national park. >> world news is coming up next. i'm cheryl jennings. >> from all of us here, thanks for watching we're going live with you great pictures. that is the giants world series trophy and the team arriving back in san francisco a little bit before 4:00 this afternoon. >> look who is holding that. home run king of the series. what a great, great series it was. >> look at how many people. thousands turned out. >>
undecided again just four days before the election. >> chevron says the refunry should be functional again. crews working to repair the unit two months after being damaged by a fire in august. this refunry has seen a sig scant drop since the mayor, rs announced it's earnings dropped 33% but earned $2.69. >> i share. >> still to come at 5:00 a bra heist in palo alto. bras stolen from a store, how it happened. >> looks like people could use a cover up. but there is no cover up here. a live report is coming up. >> i'm sandhya patel looking for the game a big warm up coming that may take temperatures into record territories. i'll have details of the weather coming up. >> and ping pong on the streets of san francisco. the news continues in one minute. we'll be right back. >>> retail business they call it shrinking, the rest of us call it shoplifting. it just happened in a victoria's secret store in the stanford shopping center. the chain has been ripped off of tens of thousands of dollars worth of merchandise. abc 7 news is live in palo alto tonight with the story. >> $11,000 worth of bras stol
, production. we need it now more than ever. chevron's putting more than $8 billion dollars back in the u.s. economy this year. in pipes, cement, steel, jobs, energy. we need to get the wheels turning. i'm proud of that. making real things... for real. ...that make a real difference. ♪ >>> and before we go, let's check in one more time with our weather editor sam champion for the latest on hurricane sandy. sam? >> good morning, again, george. we're looking at the very latest from the hurricane center. what folks should know this morning, nothing has really changed. this storm is still on track to be a major hitter, anywhere from washington, d.c., all of the way up to maine. let's show you this satellite picture, this is amazing. clouds extend from the carolinas to canada. one of the longest storms that we have seen in the atlantic basin in size, take a look at track. left-hand turn by monday morning, making landfall on the jersey shore by the time we get to tuesday morning. it's rough storm. >> you'll be on top of it. thanks, sam. that's all for us today. thank you for sharing part of y
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